I thoroughly enjoy it, to regularly immerse the house in a different atmosphere. Depending on what is trendy in interior fashion, it is either light or dark at my house. To be honest, I am one of those interior maniacs that completely turns the house around several times a year.

Once a year my home is really upside down, that is when I throw a themed Zuiver dinner party with my business partners. I have been doing this for a couple of years now and it has become a tradition. Our complete interior gets moved to my terrace and a Zuiver van pulls up, filled with the newest Zuiver articles to be brought in. This year the theme was “traditional dining” with GOLD as the main colour (what else?). The extremely comfortable “OMG” chairs were placed at the dinner table High on Wood. I had placed several tables in a row, as all our children were joining us for dinner. It was an amazing party!

Five Big Glow Gold pendant lamps in a row above the table for the perfect lighting. I didn’t have five electrical points of course, so I screwed the ceiling plates to a long board, poked the wire through and equipped them with a plug. Then I hung the board from some iron chains. Put the plugs in a junction box, guided the wires via the chain to the ceiling and by hook or by crook brought it to an electrical socket. “No pain, no gain” as they say….

I placed the convenient High on Wood cabinets against the wall for some needed storage space to put the tableware. Tip: if you have a long wall, you can easily alternate a couple of sideboards and bookcases in a row. The kids can thankfully appreciate all the fuss and always ask me if the house can stay like that afterwards. Hmmm I don’t think that’s a bad idea, considering all the subtle golden elements…. Ha! See! A typical case of Goldrush!